Intactivist: An opponent of infant circumcision. A blend of intact and activist.
From "The Backlash Against Circumcision," Time magazine, Nov. 12, 2007:
On Davis' side are the small but vocal, and growing, forces against circumcision, so-called intactivists: young parents who don't want to alter their perfect babies, men who feel their circumcisions left them psychically scarred and sexually disadvantaged ("I always felt something was missing, not functioning properly," says David Wilson, whose Stop Infant Circumcision Society marches on Washington annually) and even some medical professionals who consider the procedure genital mutilation.
(Hat tip: Michael F.)
A Google search for intactivist produces more than 22,000 hits. First on the list is a site called Circumstitions (a blend of circumcisions and superstitions), which proclaims itself opposed to "the involuntary genital modification of children of any sex." Here in Oakland, the Bay Area iNactivists Group (BANG) "hosts frequent public demonstrations and informational events on the consequences of male circumcision," according to a post on California Patriot Blog. (No, I've never attended one of those public demonstrations.)
A related term is genital integrity, which the legalese blog Party of the First Part reports "may be the new buzz phrase for plaintiffs' lawyers looking to cash in on botched circumcisions":
The movement suffered a setback, as New York Lawyer reports, when the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that a mother who didn't like the way her baby's circumcision looked could not sue the hospital for medical malpractice. Sure, and they laughed at tobacco suits at first! The woman's lawyer vowed to battle on in the fight for "genital integrity."
Adam Freedman, the blog's author, can't resist adding:
Here at POFP, we're planning a campaign against errant apostrophes -- we call it the battle for "genitive integrity."